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Jan 10, 2013 9:00pm PST
can always change it. >> of course, of course. >> why don't you do that. i would like that, i think. >> for her that would be nice, i think. >> and that shows virtually every place that it could be done. >> we were thinking horizontal, though. >> right. >> that one. >> it can go right across the top. >> right across this bar. >> that'd be beautiful, bob. >> because people can read it better. >> well, especially in the winter, you know? if it's down at the bottom and we get one of our michigan snowfalls, you know, it could be covered. the name could be covered when it's way down low like that. >> i saw so many times when death would occur and no plans had been made. and we discussed it from time to time, and finally decided on what we wanted. >> ...and show you the draft of the obituary for both you and jean. yours would read this way: "robert kelly was born on march the 10th, 1922, in el reno, oklahoma. he was the fifth of six children..." >> i know exactly what they're going to do-- one visitation, a mass, a cremation, burial, side by side. >> "...discharged in 1946, and that same
Jan 8, 2013 10:00pm PST
instrument for principals? >> that's a very good question. i don't know. it did not become a serious issue until michelle rhee looked every single principal in the eye and said, "what can you guarantee me insofar as your test scores are concerned?" that's when it became very serious. >> yeah, say it like you mean it. is there hope? >> yeah. >> now a single test could make or break a principal's career. >> you don't have to run, but you've got to put some pep to your step. let's go. i was one of the first principals to meet our chancellor, with chancellor rhee. she reminded me that anacostia is a tough school with tough issues. i promised her, you know, that i'm up for the challenge. >> anacostia's students experienced those tough issues every day. >> it's like you in a death trap down here. it was like gangs fight. it was like a big old crowd of kids just fighting each other in the hallways. >> the students don't go to class. they don't listen to the teachers. and they are being rude and disrespectful. >> anacostia high school. >> yes. one of my biggest challenges, yeah. if you look at the
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